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The Straits Times, 20 April 1965

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AVERAGE DAILY CERTIFIED SALE EXCEEDS 135,000 The Straits Times Jot**" 1 tstd. 1845 Tl FSDAV. APRIL »0. 1965 IS CBNTC KDN 1189 io<>:>

King flies to Upper Egypt [ARTICLE]

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King flies to Upper Egypt PAIRO, Mon. The Yang di-Pertuan Vgong and the Raja Permaisuri Agong Hew to the ancient city of Luxor, in t'pper Egypt, loila Y. rhey will visit the famous Karnak Temple and Valley of the Kiniis and then go to Aswan, to see the Soviet financed

New peace bid [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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New peace bid KAWASHIMA CONFERS WITH TENGKU TODAY Formula based on four-nation conciliation team Meeting in Tokyo with Sock likely KUALA LUMPUR. Monday TALKS on the prospect of settling the Indonesia Malaysia dispute will begin here tomorrow between Tengku Abdu Rahman and japan's special envoy, Mr. Shojiro Kawashimo. at the

WE ARE NOT AFRAID OF YOU: SOEK [ARTICLE]

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WE ARE NOT AFRAID OF YOU: SOEK JAKARTA, Mm Pr.M dent Soekarnn told 100.0011 Indonesians to cl.iy Hi it the Asian and Ifficaa peoples could face the entire "colonialist and imperialist" arM'tial of modern weapons without fear. "lle>. colonialists and imperialists," in- said, "take out your aircraft. warships, tanks, and

$56,000 haul in ship [ARTICLE]

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$56,000 haul in ship MELBOURNE. Mon.— CtMOBU 'officers today found wristwaiches and transistor radios worth £AB.OOO hidden in the British freighter Wenchow. The ship, manned by a Chinese crew, came lrom Hons Konu and Japan. A Chinese seaman has been charged with ■raajfjlinaj. Renter.

Mayhew on way [ARTICLE]

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Mayhew on way London. Hon.- BrttaJn'i Navy Minister Mr. Christopher Mayhew, left here today by air lor the Fa Bait, including Sineapore. on .1 lact-lindinu mission

STOCK EXCHANGE SUSPENDS IPOH BROKING FIRM [ARTICLE]

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STOCK EXCHANGE SUSPENDS IPOH BROKING FIRM SINGAPORE. Mon. One of the oldest sharebrokinu linns In Malaya. Macphail and Co. dpoh) Ltd.. was suspended fro m membership of the Stock Exchange today. A nn 1 ire posted '>n the board ol the Blnga ;>ore Tradini Room at 4.07 p.m said: "The

Reds step it up in Thailand [ARTICLE]

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Reds step it up in Thailand BANGKOK. Mon. The Prime Minister. Field Marshal Thanom Kittik;iehorn. told tin members Of the Thai border police patrol camp at Sadao. in Bongkhla Province, southern Thailand, that the Communists had stepped up their subversive activities In Thailand over the last months. Radio Thailand reported

Easter snow in Britain [ARTICLE]

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Easter snow in Britain LONDON. Man i Bn-j I tain looked "more like CtarfiaMl i than Water" as snow (oil over I Scotland. Northern and Southeast j Eiml:mcl today, an Automobile Association ■pakeMUU) snld. With i raffle liitht. at the start of! the las', dity ol the four-day E holiday*,

Just fancy that... [ARTICLE]

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Just fancy that CADNAM i England!. Mon Easter guesta at Miss Judith Stuhbs" new auosthou.se each have a room with their name on the door, thermostatically ron trolled heating and a personal tree to climb. The charge: Only six shillings n day Wu BtUWM Mid her establishment wu the most

Exposed – forged sick chits racket [ARTICLE]

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Exposed forged sick chits racket JACKIE SAM and ABUL FAZIL By Singapore. Monday. ABIC forgery racket, involving scores of low-ranking Government servants and Singapore Traction Company workers, has been uncovered here. About 200 people have been interviewed by the Corrupt Practices Investigations Bureau during the p;isl Iwo weeks. And many

Kosygin warns: We can bomb you, too [ARTICLE]

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Kosygin warns: We can bomb you, too AIOSCOW Mon ITI Alexei \-.< vict Prime MitUster, today rejected Vietnam peace talks so luntr as American bombings continue, and warned that the U.S. may run the risk oi retaliatory attacks by modern pons. "Whai la tlio ti.so of pron at the ,;amo

STOP PRESS [ARTICLE]

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STOP PRESS WEST INDIES 161 8 GEORGETOWN. Mon West todies arc :r.7 runs ahead with two wttWßi inning wickets in hand at lunch on louith daj <>f Third Tesl against \ustr.ilia Scores: W Indus ::,:> and Kil-« (Sobers 12) lastraHa

Mine strike by 650 ends [ARTICLE]

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Mine strike by 650 ends KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. The 12-day strike by n than <>"ni workers «'i B Jontal Tin Dredging Lid. was settled here today through the Intervention <>i the Ministry ol Labour Ihe niMioyct will rork ai 7 am on VVednesdav. Ibe dredge m magemenl tin- N .mi

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AFRO-ASIAN AND PACIFIC DESK

Indons to be deported next month [ARTICLE]

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Indons to be deported next month MANILA. Mon. The Philippines Government will start deporting "en masse" Inn»^sian illegal entrants by end of May. according to the Immigration Commissioner. Mr. Martiniano \'ivo. He was quoted in today's newspaper! as sayIng in Davao City in the Southern Philippines that the deportation would

Puzzle for Indians as Shastri's trip to U.S. is put off [ARTICLE]

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Puzzle for Indians as Shastri's trip to U.S. is put off VFW DELHI. Mon. Indians are puzzled and hurt by the sudrii ti postponement of the Jur.- 1 visit of the Prime Minister. Mr. Shastri, to the United States. President Johnson last week .i>ked Mr Shastri and Pre.sideni Ayub Khan

Express shot at [ARTICLE]

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Express shot at I MXI BiM'RNK. Mon. Three I >iio!N \m-it '.s^-ithprn j Aurora' Bsprcaa In North Kcilor.

Provocative, says Pakistan [ARTICLE]

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Provocative, says Pakistan \K At HI, M"n I'tki* t.in runsidori'd a rc< i-nt Indian military rxcniM' in tin- K;inn of Kutth .i "hlchlj provtuntl\<- shiiu ol Iditr.' a for» ii;n Ministry spokci man s.iid ln-ii- l.i^l nkht Hi- said l'.ikisl.<n re i<( t<-,i diiinis by thr In di.iii Rich <

Peking bags another spy plane [ARTICLE]

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Peking bags another spy plane 'J'OKYO. Mon. Communist China said its forces shot 1 down another pilotle.--s reconaluance plane over Southern China today. Raking Radio said in 8 .Tnpan- .u-.Kuage broadcast heard In 1 ha ;l'i liiß'.'.-.ilii'udf .-i; plar.e as downed by "Air Porc«> pprsonnf 1 of the Proples Libera-;

New wage law [ARTICLE]

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New wage law v. \mi lion. Prihtan j M.uap.it};;! is srllt'Cluii'd to slKIt in- j law cm M.iv 1 a now *a(te meA- j I sun which Increase* t lie basic I mil unum dally wagM of aiir.<>« j rken from foui to six ptaaa I lU 4D to $5.10..

Peking says no again [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Peking says no again NEW NOTE ON WALKER MISSION PEKING. Monday pHDM has turned down a British request to reconsider its refusal to allow Mr. Patrick Gordon Walker to visit Peking for talks on Vietnam, the New China News Agency reported yesterday. It said the Chine*e Government had sent a

Uganda condemns 'U.S. aggression' [ARTICLE]

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Uganda condemns 'U.S. aggression' MOSCOW Monday ITGANDA joinrrt the Soviet Union yesterday In •J condemning ■"American aggression' 1 In Vietnam in a declaration Issued jointly with the Kremlin. A statement Issued at the end of week-loiiK taik. here said: "The Soviet Union and Uganda denounce the aggression of U.S. ImperialIsm

Fulbright favours a pause in air raids [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Fulbright favours a pause in air raids WASHINGTON, Mon. 1 W I L L I A M Fulbrighl. chairman of rhe Senate Foreign Relations Committee yesterday came out in favour ot a temporary halt In U.S. air attacks against North Vietnam. in an Interview he said that continued bombing nueht

BULGARIA OFFERS VOLUNTEERS [ARTICLE]

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BULGARIA OFFERS VOLUNTEERS BELGRADE, Mon. Bulgaria annouiuc-d last niffht her readiness to send volunteers to North Vietnam if necessary the BulKarian news agency. BTA. reported. Mr. Todor Zhivkov. Prime .Minister and First Secretary of the Bulgarian Communist Party, speaking; at Itlacoevgrad. in south-west Bulgaria said Bulgaria had decided to rive

Rebel hideouts blasted [ARTICLE]

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Rebel hideouts blasted Mon. American jets and Vietnamese Skyraiders flattened two suspected Vietcong hideouts, about 300 miles north-east of here, yesterday levelling more than 300 buildings. Reuter.

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Easter plea by Pope Paul: Stop the fighting... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Easter plea by Pope Paul: Stop the fighting... VATICAN CITY, Monday POPE Paul ye day pleaded with people everyw/here to stop fißhtine each other. He called for an end to "every war and sruerilla operat ion" in his Easter message to the world before vast crowds at Easter Sunday mass

BRITONS TOLD: JOIN 'PEACE CORPS' [ARTICLE]

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BRITONS TOLD: JOIN 'PEACE CORPS' OLACKPOOL, Mon. A junior Minister said here yesterday British factory workers as well as university graduates should volunteer for work in the developing countries. Mr. Albert Oram. Parliamentary Secretary In the Ministry of Overseas Development, told a conference of the Co-operative Party which la affiliated

Milton named [ARTICLE]

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Milton named JOHNSON CITY. tTiXiiM. Mon. l'rt'Mdi'ia Johnson yesterday named Mr Milton Eisenhower, brother of the former President. tn nrva on i commlaalon to study and pick ;i Bite for a xe;i-lrvel canal between the Atlantic and Pacilic. AP

Mods and Rockers broken up by police [ARTICLE]

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Mods and Rockers broken up by police BRIGHTON, Mon. Police yesterday broke up a crowd of 400 teenagers milling about on the beach of this south coast resort. Most of the teenagers had slept during the night on the beach. They were members of rival gangs "mods" (young dandies) and

Blast flattens oil tanks [ARTICLE]

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Blast flattens oil tanks NORFOLK. Virginia >. Mon. iAn explasinn <md On ripped tarongb .i luel oil distributing company here yeatccdajr JeatrarIng four 30.000-giil. storage t.mUs and livp delivery trucks ;mJ virtually levelled a building in the northern part of the city. Despite hiali property dimhge. no injuries wen reported.

Sofia to Athens: Don t mind shots on our border [ARTICLE]

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Sofia to Athens: Don t mind shots on our border SALONICA (Greece), Monday. gULGARIA border authorities have told Greek officials not to pay any attention if shots are hoard in the border area, military intelligence sources said yesterday The Bulgaria:) authorities .said they were seeking "some escapees." This was the

Ocean depths probe by N-subs [ARTICLE]

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Ocean depths probe by N-subs JOHNSON CITY < Texas). Mon. President Johnson yesterday disclosed that the United States was developing a special nuc-lear-powered research sub.narliie for exploration of the ocean depths. A White House statement rrnm the President \s Texas ranch did not use the word submarine, it >poke instead

Belgrade visit by Stewart [ARTICLE]

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Belgrade visit by Stewart BELGRADE. Mon. British Foreign Secretary Mr. Michael Stewart, arrived here by air last night for talks expected :o centre on thr Vietnamese problem. Hi* visit is the first ever r.mde to Yueoslavia by a British F< reign Secretary be'ongtn? to the L-.bour Party. Mr. Seiwyn Lloyd.

Talks at palace to decide the future of Charles [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Talks at palace to decide the future of Charles I ONDON. Mon. Prime Charles Is discussing his future with his mother Queen hlizaheth 11. this Easter vacation «t Windsor Castle, according to court sources. The Queen and Prince Philip are said to have been giving much thought to the question

Freedom demand by Burnham [ARTICLE]

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Freedom demand by Burnham GEORGETOWN, Mon. British Guiana's Premier. Mr. Forbes Burnham. will demand independence for the colony as early M autumn thus year or not later than next spring he told this at a rally of his People's National Contrress in Mackenzie. 80 miles from hero Reuter

Pilgrims in crash [ARTICLE]

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Pilgrims in crash JERUSALEM. 'Jordanian B*a> tor>. Mon. Three people were i killed and 27 injured, when a our 1 carrying 30 Greek pilgrims over- I turned near an inn about seven mi'.rs cast of here ye.sterdav. i 1 AF

The merry-go-round that wouldn't stop kills girl of 12 [ARTICLE]

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The merry-go-round that wouldn't stop kills girl of 12 STOCKHOLM, Mon. A runaway merry-go-round at a Stockholm fairground has killed a 12-year-old girl and injured six other children. The children were trapped aboard the mechanical ride when It suddenly spun out of control. Police, firemen and ambulances raced to the

Pop group is told: This isn't a monkey house... [ARTICLE]

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Pop group is told: This isn't a monkey house MADRID. Mon A British pop group, the Ricochets, cultivated their Impressive manes for nearly a year before they arrived for an engagement at the US. air ba.se here But the Ba^e Commander, unappreciatlve ol British pop fa.shion. greeted them at the

High sitters' record [ARTICLE]

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High sitters' record I PARIS. Mon. Preach wirewalker Henri R<>oh;»tHir and his wife Janyck yesterri.ty claimed a world record for wire-.s'ttinjt 174 hours They came down trnm .i 4M' hiith wire alter biilanrine on a board on 'In t :rr> since I:im Sun--1 day UPI.

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'All political parties can spread views throughout Malaysia' [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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'All political parties can spread views throughout Malaysia' TOH REPLIES TO CRITICISM BY THE TENGKU SINGAPORE, Monday ILL political parties in Malaysia, including; those in opposition, have a rip;ht to spread their vie w s throughout the country, Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister, Dr. Toh Chin Chye, said here last night.

Singapore union leadership lauded [ARTICLE]

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Singapore union leadership lauded SINGAPORE. Mon: The general secretary of the Genevabased 5.000,000--member International Federation of Commercial Clerical and Technical Employees, Mr. Erich Kissel today said he was very impressed with the "intelligent and forceful" leadership of the trade union movement in Singapore. Hp said: "With the labour movement tuned

Talcntimc for schools [ARTICLE]

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Talcntimc for schools SINGAPORE. Mon.— The Nestle talemime for school* Kml-finali win bf liciri at the Victoria The airr on April 25 al 7 p.m. Tic-sets at S2 iind si. an avail able al C.K. Tung. Robinsons anc Cold BUS

SEA PATROLS: NEW DETAILS [ARTICLE]

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SEA PATROLS: NEW DETAILS Mom. The Ciovernmont today explained that it was not its intention to requisition pleasure boats completely to implement its plan for forming a sea patrol vifiilante corps to fight Indonesian infiltration of the island's coastline. An official statement MM: "It is honod that, with intreasotl security

GIRL, 14, TELLS OF 'PERFUME' IN ALLEGED KIDNAP [ARTICLE]

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GIRL, 14, TELLS OF 'PERFUME' IN ALLEGED KIDNAP SINGAPORE, Mon A 14-YEAR-OLD »irl told a district court today how she found herself lying on the floor of a strange room after a 38-year-old man a family friend had asked her to smell a bottle of perfume. Seetha Govindamma was testifying

300 vacancies for volunteer police [ARTICLE]

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300 vacancies for volunteer police CINGAPORE. Mon. Singapore police today called for applicants to fill more than 300 vacancies in the Voluntary Special Constabulary here. The Police Secretary. M>". T. Chelliah. said there were at the moment 344 vacancies, but owing to the limited training taiilities available, the police proposed

ARREST POWERS NOW FOR 'PEACE' MEMBERS [ARTICLE]

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ARREST POWERS NOW FOR 'PEACE' MEMBERS CINGAPORE, Mon. j o The Poliie have begun issuing "memberI ship cards' to pence committee members in Geylang Serai, giving them powers to arrest any person attempting to disrupt racial harmony. rhi- Police Secretary, Mr. T. Chelliah. today -aid the issue of membership cards

Water shut-off [ARTICLE]

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Water shut-off SINGAPORE, Mon.— Water Will be shut oil in Jalan Alili tomorrow Horn 9 a.m. 10 6 p.m.

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Not a line from Swee Lin: Now family worried [ARTICLE]

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Not a line from Swee Lin: Now family worried OINCJAPORE, Mon. j The lamily of Chua Swee Lin. a Singapore scholarship student expelled last year from i 8 Chiba University for anti-Malaysia activities and re-ad-mitted again last Saturday on a tuition paying basis, are very worried over him. His .-ister

Kuching appeal for teachers [ARTICLE]

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Kuching appeal for teachers KUCHINO. Mon. The Director of Education has appealed to all those who wish to teach In secondary schools here to gel In touch with him. I He &aid: "There are many l vacancies In secondary schools lor those who are looking for a j worth-'. 1

World Health Day show [ARTICLE]

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World Health Day show \R. Mon. Perl* «H1 spinel $500 on us World Hc;iiUi :i:i).i.cn on M;iv 8 and 0< i i- Btete Government baa con-nibuti-d $300 and the State Welf.m Committee $200The pronramme nirludes a and »n icruultural and poultry PNhibinon at the Ir>dcr.i Kuyangan Kel.ib

Whispered pause... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Whispered pause. InvO delegates from the Selangor Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Mr. Worf? Tham Soon (right) and Mr. W. T. Kiat, whisper to each other during yesterday's meeting of the Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce to discuss the blood debt claim. No agreement was reached at the talks. The meeting,

$10,000 for water supply [ARTICLE]

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$10,000 for water supply I SERIAN. Mon. The Sarawak Government is to grant another $10,000 making a total of 520.000. so that the 2.000 people of the 17th m:le. Serian Road, can complete their v ater Mipply project, the Chief Minister. Dato Stepht n Kaloni? Ningkar.. said ciunr.u .i visit.

Mentri's call: Be alert [ARTICLE]

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Mentri's call: Be alert KLUANG. Mon— The Mentri Besar of Johore. Dato Ha.ii Ha.ssan bin Haji Yunos. today called on people of Indonesia origin to be alert against. Co.nmunist aizenls and to co-operate with the Government to preserve the nations sovereignty and unity. He was speaking at the opening of

Five-nour meeting fails to agree on war 'debt' [ARTICLE]

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Five-nour meeting fails to agree on war 'debt' KUALA LUMPUR, Monday. rpHE standing committee of the J- Associated Chinese Chambers of Commerce met for five hours today but failed to reach agreement over the amount of compensation the Japanese Government should be asked to pay for wartime atrocities. They will

Customs holidays [ARTICLE]

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Customs holidays JOHORE BAHRU. Mon. The Royal Customs and Excise Department i" Johore Bahru will close on M.iy 3 and Muv 15 for the A\v;i! Muhar/am (Muslim New Year > and We.sak Day

$22,000 snatch foiled by watchman: Man held [ARTICLE]

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$22,000 snatch foiled by watchman: Man held Xl ALA LI.MPIR, Mon.— A lone rohli-r this afternoon made a daring but unsuccessful attempt to snutcli $22,000 from a watchman in front of the Banque de I'lndochine branch in Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman. 1 In- watchman, Gurdial Singh, was accompanying his manager,

Sultan opens Johore's first two blocks of low-cost flats [ARTICLE]

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Sultan opens Johore's first two blocks of low-cost flats J. BAHRU. Mon I>UMAH Pangsa Johore's first two blocks of low-cost flats— were officially opened here this evening by the Sultan of Johore. In his speech, the Sultan urged the State Government to double its efforts in building more low-cost i

PAT de SOUZA CATHEDRAL SERVICE AND BURIAL [ARTICLE]

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PAT de SOUZA CATHEDRAL SERVICE AND BURIAL CINGAPORE. Mon—Singapore lawyer and sportsman Mr. P. F. i Pat* de Sf.uza was buried at Bidadarl cemetery thl.* afternoon. Mr de Souza. 57. a senior partner of the law firm of De Souza and De Souza. and a former member of the Singapore

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Fishermen form co-op society [ARTICLE]

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Fishermen form co-op society PENANG. Mon. More than 200 inshore fishermen in the Penang TanjonK area area have formed a cooperative society to raise their economic status. The £ociety will also strive to improve the methods of inshore rishing and encourage thrift among the fihersmenAt an inaugural meeting held during

Sultan's tour [ARTICLE]

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Sultan's tour IPOH Mon. The Sultan of 1 Perak will make his annual week- j long tour of Upper Perak next I month. I Tht Sultan and his party will i also hunt big s-ime during th» tour-

Mystery blast baffles airport sentries [ARTICLE]

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Mystery blast baffles airport sentries SINGAPORE, Mon. Pothis morning were still baffled by the mystery explosion heard by sentries on duty at the Singapore airport at 10-23 last night. The sentries guarding the entrance to the airport reported hearing the explosion about 20 yards outside the perimeter fence and seeing

Stop—in the spirit of Bandoeng... [ARTICLE]

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Stop in the spirit of Bandoeng... ;t REMINDER TO INDONESIA KUALA LUMPUR, Monday THE Malaysian Association of Youth Clubs today appealed to delegates to the anniversary celebrations of the Bandong Conference in Jakarto to remind Indonesia of the declaration made 10 years ago calling for respect for the sovereignty and

Owner hid opium in car, fined $3,000 [ARTICLE]

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Owner hid opium in car, fined $3,000 IPOH. Mon. About J 525.000 worth ;»f opium was found hidden in secret compartments under the floor board af a car one night it Customs road block ;il iln m;> r about 10 miles from here I h a Sessions Court here was

WOMAN DIED AFTER PENICILLIN JAB, INQUEST TOLD [ARTICLE]

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WOMAN DIED AFTER PENICILLIN JAB, INQUEST TOLD IPOH, Monday. THE Ipoh coroner, Mr. W. Sachithanadhan, today recorded a verdict of death by misadventure on a cabaret girl, Sariah binte Itam. 41, who died in the General Hospital here shortly after receivine a penicillin injection. Dr. Azizan blnte Alyub Gha7ali told

60 women apply for CD [ARTICLE]

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60 women apply for CD CINGAPORE, Mon.— About 60 young women have applied to join the Singapore Civil Defence Corps so far. Many of them have had previous training with the former corps, which was dissolved In 1959. A spokesman for the corps said today that more applications from women

Their own co-op [ARTICLE]

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Their own co-op KUANTAN. ivloii.— The stafT ol the Public Works Department here Iw.s formed a co-operat;\ ihr rising cst o! essential commodities.'' The st n WiU r members on a non-pro-:U ba.sis.

900 respond [ARTICLE]

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900 respond TAWAU. Mon. More than 800 illegal Chinese immigrants bave registered in response to the Government's amnesty offer. Most are from Celebes and Indonesian Borneo who settled in theTawau area in 1962. AP

Lee: Place in Malaysia for all cultures [ARTICLE]

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Lee: Place in Malaysia for all cultures SINGAPORE Mon CINGAPORES Prime Minister Mr. Lee Kuan Yew has said that thenis place in the Malaysian society for all the different cultures, traditions and institutions In his message in the programme of the Kerala Association's cultural show, which was held at the

An historic occasion, says Sultan of Brunei [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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An historic occasion, says Sultan of Brunei ORUNEI TOWN. Mon. The opening of the rew Legislative Council was an "historic occasion," said the Sultan in his speech from the throne. The .speech wa.s read by the deputy Sultan. Pengiran Pemancha. in the absence of the Ruler on local leave. Remarking

Five named to Brunei legislature [ARTICLE]

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Five named to Brunei legislature URUNEI TOWN. Mon.— The Deputy Sultan of Brunei has nominated five prominent residents to the State Legislative Council. They are Messrs Hong Kok Tin. I.ukan bin Uking. Aziz bin Haji I Umar. R. D. Ro.-s and Yap Chong Teck. The Legislative Onunc'l. created under the

Mentri's plea to land-owners [ARTICLE]

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Mentri's plea to land-owners I IPOH. Mon.— The Mentn BMW of Per.ik. Dato Ahniucl bin Saul. I called on land owners today to i make more use of their land by planting cash and other crops Ho was speakniß :\l Knmponi? Jenalek Hilir in the Kuala Kungsar district today wiuip

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Khir meets teachers [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Khir meets teachers KUALA LUMPUR, Mon TEACHERS MUST ATTEND STUDY COURSES, SAYS MINISTER THE Minister of Education, Inche Mohamed Khir Johari. said today that unless teachers are continually invigorated by fresh olood transfusion" in the form of seminars and in-service courses there could be no guarantee that the standard of

Penghulu is robbed at prayer [ARTICLE]

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Penghulu is robbed at prayer ALOR STAR Mon. Four men. one armed with a pistol and the others with knives, robbed a penghulu while he was praying alone In a prayer house in Jaian Kodlang. 25 miles from here, last night They escaped with $10 and a HE The pengbulu.

Health workers' welfare fund [ARTICLE]

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Health workers' welfare fund KANGAR. Mnn. Perils health •nd hospital workers have formed their own welfare and education fund. At a special meetinn held In the Kangar Hospital Club durins I the weekend- Inrhe Junid bin Abdullah wai elected cbairman of thi fund commi"ee. with MrJ R.G. Raw aa vice-president.

Man robbed [ARTICLE]

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Man robbed BINGAPORK, Hon. A man ni hold un by two armed men I In Changl Road today and robbed lof a watch worth $45 and 17.

Khir hands special bouquet to Prof. Ruth Wong [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Khir hands special bouquet to Prof. Ruth Wong KUALA LUMPUR. M On The Minister of Education, Inche Mohamed Khir Johari. today paid a special tribute to Prof. Ruth Wong. Director of the School of Education, University of Malaya, for her devotion to the cause of education. Speaking at the opening

Umno man quits [ARTICLE]

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Umno man quits KANGAR. Mon. Inche Ibrahim bin Saibun. publicity officer of the Titi Brsi brunch of Perils Umno. has re.«i*ned from the partyIn a let'er to 'he branch chatrniiin on Sa'urday. Inrhe Ibrahim explained he m resigning beruise he "could not agree with tlir party leadership

Rangers join the border patrol for Red remnants [ARTICLE]

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Rangers join the border patrol for Red remnants lESSELTON. Mon. Two companies of the 2nd Bn.. Malaysia Rangers, have been on patrol on the Malayan-Thai border. Ihoir quarry. Remnants of the Malayan Communist terrorist army. An official statement said, howrvr that they saw no action. Two other companies are expected

'Gold bars' pensioner, 63, weds a matron [ARTICLE]

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'Gold bars' pensioner, 63, weds a matron CUNGEI PANTANI. Mon.— j A railway pensioner and former Perak hockey star. Mr. H. Daly. 63. was today I married to Mrs. Matilda Thomas. 44. widow of the late Mr. E Thomas, of the Royal Artillery. Mr. Daly, the recipient of seven gold

Airman wins underwater film prize [ARTICLE]

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Airman wins underwater film prize SINGAPORE. Mon. Senior Aircraftman P. Scoones, 25. has won first prize for the best amateur film in the 1965 international under- water film festival. i Now serving with tlie photographic section at Headquarteiw RAP Bomber Command in Britain, he became interested in underwater filmins when

Stolen bicycles [ARTICLE]

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Stolen bicycles TAIPINO. Mon. The police have arrested ".vo men and recovered six stolen bicycles from thrnv

Give Malays more scholarships call to State Govt [ARTICLE]

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Give Malays more scholarships call to State Govt PENANG, Monday. THE Penang Umno Youth general assembly last night resolved to urge the State Government to increase the number of scholarships for Malay students in the State. This was one of 13 j motions which the assemb- ly adopted. Twelve others

Acting job [ARTICLE]

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Acting job SINGAPORE. Mon. The Yang 1 di-Pertuan Negara has appointed Mr. Tan Boon Trik. the Solicitor- General, to act as State Advoratei General up to May 8.

Haji fined for hitting policewoman [ARTICLE]

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Haji fined for hitting policewoman PENANG. Mon OAJI Hashim bin Shane. 45. from Kedah was today Aned I $25 for assaulting a policewoman at the Penang Port Commis- sion pier on Feb. 7 this year. On a second charge of being found with a knife. Haji Hashim was bound I

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$500 for D-Fund JESSELTON. Mon. r he UiI had Datu Youth Club hai buted $500 to the National DeI fence Fund. Thi.s Wnp ttat State's total to $323,278.

Council to pay for massage and all that, if... [ARTICLE]

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Council to pay for massage and all that, if... JOHORE BAHRU, Monday. fHE Johore Bahru Town Council today offered to pay the expenses of any member of the public for a "fine time" in unlicensed massage parlours on one condition that he later gives evidence in court against the operators.

PUBLIC CAN NOW JOIN THIS GOVT CO-OP [ARTICLE]

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PUBLIC CAN NOW JOIN THIS GOVT CO-OP JOHORE BAHRU. Mon. The Johore Bahru Government Officers' Co-opera-tive Housing Society has decided to alter its name to Johore Bahru Co-operative Housing Society so the people outside the Government service can join. A spokesman of the society said today: "Wp hope that teachers

Debut at 17 for Vivien, violinist daughter of violinist [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Debut at 17 for Vivien, violinist daughter of violinist ITUALA LUMPUR, 1V Mon. At only IT Vivien Goh. daughter of violinist Goh Soon Tioe, will give her first recital here tomorrow. It will be another mil. stone in her remarkable music career which began at the age oi' seven. She

New registrar [ARTICLE]

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New registrar SINGAPORE. Mom. Mr. Tan Wee Kian has been appointed Registrar of Deeds by the Yang cli-Pertuan Negara.

Institute meeting [ARTICLE]

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Institute meeting JOHORE BAHRU. Mon. Th« Town Planning Institute (Malays branch' will hold its anr.uai meeting at thp Town Council building here on Saturday.

COLT .45 GANG HELD AS HOLD-UP SUSPECTS [ARTICLE]

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COLT .45 GANG HELD AS HOLD-UP SUSPECTS Xl \l.\ I I MPIK Mon six men thror from Sinnaporr have been detained by the polire in connection with sever, il arme«l robberies committed here this year A Colt. .j:> revohcr anil three rounds of :is amiiiuiiilion were reco\ercd from tter hide

2 years' jail for failing to report [ARTICLE]

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2 years' jail for failing to report BUKIT MEKTAJAM, (fog, A restricted resident. ugimin bin Malreem, 22. waa jailed for two years here today for failing to report at, the Bukit Mertajam police station on Dec. 14 la Asst. Supt. Pall Singh, pro.secuting, tcld the court that Tuginv.n was brought

Man stabbed at film show dies [ARTICLE]

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Man stabbed at film show dies KUALA LUMPUR. Hon. An ■rker. G. Kannan, m fatally M.ibbed while watching a film .show in Carey Island, i tabbed in the neck, died on arrival at the hospital. A man ha.v been detained tor questioning.

RAF base undergoes transformation [ARTICLE]

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RAF base undergoes transformation I SINGAPORE, Mon. rpHE Royal Air Force 1 base on Labuan Island, off North Borneo, is undergoing a transformation. New and more permanent buildings are being completed, and temporary basha hut.s are being torn down. Officers and men are being moved from dilapidated huts and weather-beaten

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Five walked 17 years to reach Mecca [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Five walked 17 years to reach Mecca Thomas Jenkins FROM HALF WAY ROUND THE WORLD THEY ANSWER A SUMMONS IN THOUSANDS By THERE wenlive of Ihem lefl whe i) they walked into the Saudi Arabian lown of Dahmam. They were very tired ;inH a man asked them: "Where hnve yon

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS [ARTICLE]

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS "id frti-nd* for Itk* donntinna. :itlriio.nii II "r»I Ijolj THE FAMILY OF OM Ma W« n 'hank all roktttma ■»ndanr« lu:i.ll'i>l lir t»»-rfiiv^in^ni ONC SINC WAN and fan: to thnr tr-nds rt-1.,

REQUIEM [ARTICLE]

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REQUIEM it Wm4t M NM-waJ MARY BERTHA BARKER paoi»d < < oi all —bo kai i H I i! C-ur— I o( H

The Straits Times Tuesday, April 20, 1965.

A Meeting In Tokyo? [ARTICLE]

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A Meeting In Tokyo? While there arc no real grounda yef for believing that| I the Tengku ;md Soekarno will meet in Tokyo in Ma) all things are possible. Malaysia's Prime Minister will certainly lie visiting Tokyo next month. nnc| Indonesia's President has never found a trip to Tokyo uncongenial.

Jobs Abroad [ARTICLE]

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Jobs Abroad The importance of countering Indonesian confrontation vii the diplomatic front has become increasingly clear. In keeping Malaysia free and inJepondent, winning over world opinion especially the syti:pathj of the Afro-Asian nations comet second only to 'cultivating allies with sufficient military strength. Tun Etaxak'a special missions to North and

More Power [ARTICLE]

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More Power The recital by the Assistant Minister of Commerce and j Industry yesterday of power projects under way or planned Iravcs no doubt the growing tlrmand for electricity will be well met. Industrialisation nnd rural reticulation can go ■head free from any fwi of blackouts, a point of significance

LETTERS

THE QUICK CUT TO CHEAPER TAXING [LETTER]

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THE QUICK CUT TO CHEAPER TAXING A NNUALLY, it is almost customary at th i time of the year for a controversy to start on what constitutes a fair way of collectine income tax. Your correspondent "Square Deal" ha.s shifted the emphasis of your other correspondent. "Fair Deal." "Fair Play"

PJ's highway [LETTER]

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PJ's highway U'ith reference to your article "One Big "Sorry" Mess". iS.T. April 1) on the new traffic arrangement at the junctions of Jalan Gaslng and Jalan Timor Petaling Jaya. I regret to say that I have been misquoted. What I actually said was that it wa.s not fair at

Graduate policy [LETTER]

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Graduate policy I AM sure every citizen with tlie interests of the University of Singapore at heart will welcome the statement by the Chairman vi the University Council. Dr. Tay Teck En?, on the policy of recruiUna local graduates to fill new posts and vacancies. However. I wish to ask:

Land and squatters [LETTER]

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Land and squatters IN last Saturdays IMU< *ot the Straits Tlme> "Homeless" complained that the Singapore Government Officers' Cooperative Housing Society "had abandoned a very attractive noiusing scheme for reasons known only to the Committee." The scheme was abandoned because the vendors were insisting on the whole of the purchase

VIP route [LETTER]

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VIP route VVHENEVER a YIP has to pass along Orchard Road, the traffic lights are taken over by traffic policemen In the middle of the road. This system la practical in daylight but practised at night, confusion arises. Traffic lights are switched off. The policeman directs traffic In the dark

Blunt critic [LETTER]

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Blunt critic T*HE Education Minister has bluntly criticised some headmasters of primary schools for their coulcVnt care less' attitudes, and rightly so What' about the 'couldn't care less' Education Officers? The Minister should take them to task as well. Many who belong to this category of teachers, have adopted nonchalant

Cleaned up [LETTER]

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Cleaned up I must thank "Ami flies" for his complaint (ST. April 9). Dustbins provided In the past by the Markets and Hawkers Dept. disappeared and hawkers started dumping in the vacant lot. The rubbish In the vacant lot has been cleared and the hawker.s hiive been provided with new

Back to business behind the Iron Curtain [ARTICLE]

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Back to business behind the Iron Curtain JOHN RUTHERFORD THE COMMUNISTS BOW TO THE HARD FACTS OF ECONOMIC LIFE AND CONSUMER NEEDS by VIENNA, Mon THE Soy ie t Premier, Mr. Alexei Kosygin. declared recently that "what is good for society and the consumer is good for the enterprise." It

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Union: 'Timewasters' circular unfair [ARTICLE]

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Union: 'Timewasters' circular unfair ITUALA LUMPUR. Mon. IV The Joh o r c branch ol the Amalgamated National Local Authorities Employees today criticised the State Secretary. Dato Abdul Rahman bin ifar, for "smearing the good name" of Oov< clerical •Mnployees. neb was Dato Abdul Rah:: rcular last week In which

Disorderly in a bus—fined $10 [ARTICLE]

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Disorderly in a bus— fined $10 SINGAPORE. Mon. Maiukum Chini lor "puii: 1 underwear," Htid KhOWing II to the passengers iriK Buka Tiirwh Road Chinmnh. who admitted al charge ol diMTdl behaviour, wjs 1 under the itiiluence of drink.

Man robbed of $2,000 on the way to bank [ARTICLE]

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Man robbed of $2,000 on the way to bank CINGAPOUC, >I«m. Four armed men this morning robbed a man ol' .vi.ooo in cash at Circular Kh.kl on his way to a bank in Chulia Street. Mr. Tan Jui One. of North Brider Road, told police he was coin? to deposit

Thief hound over [ARTICLE]

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Thief hound over PENANCI Mon. Twenty- i .1Dld M.N. Abdul R.iZak WM nver in $300 for one ye when he pleaded guilty to 1 diargr nf stealing a bicycle

$1,000 for D-fund [ARTICLE]

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$1,000 for D-fund PEN A NO. Mon. 1.; treasurer- Mi Khno Ktv-.m Chuan. tins received Sl.OOO from f ho Chtvth kntig.-q it.- con'ributton to the National Drtrncp Fund

Farmers' study tour of Formosa [ARTICLE]

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Farmers' study tour of Formosa KLAI.A I I'Ml'Lk. Mon. Fifteen Ka i.vi and 15 i«lt today tor Formosa to Mudv dues. Of ihc delegation. Uunad bin Baba. .-.nd ihey n to study me way triple-cropping waa carried out.

Telephone link [ARTICLE]

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Telephone link M elppbon«« subscr ber« In 1 n now call Guam and c tan day* •.-C'pnfnmunlcatlona bu an- nounoedL

Big village lights plan [ARTICLE]

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Big village lights plan Khalid announces scheme: 'Defence aid saved a lot of money...' KOTA BHARU, Monday. rpHE Assistant Minister of Com--i- merce and Industry, Haji Khalid bin Awang Osman, today announced plans for multi-million dollar electricity schemes for Maiaya's kampongs and outlying areas. He was speaking at the opening

THEIR 14,000-FT EQUAL JUMPS RECORD [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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THEIR 14,000-FT EQUAL JUMPS RECORD PENANG. Mon TWO parachutists equalled the Malaysian record with a jump of 14.000 feet each at the two-day Dane Cup flying competition which ended yesterdayevening with a victory for the Penang Flying Club. Fourteen aircraft from Singapore. Kuala Lumpur, Perak and Penang competed for the

S'pore school celebrates its 50th anniversary [ARTICLE]

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S'pore school celebrates its 50th anniversary CIXGAPORE. Mon. Sin- i gapores oldest Chinese glrl.s" school the Chong Plock Girls' School In Telok Ajrer Street celebrated its si.'irien jubilee over the j week-end Tin 1 school was started by the Hokklen Ruay Kuan half a cen- with 33 students Today, :t

Soliciting: 14 fined [ARTICLE]

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Soliciting: 14 fined SINOAPORE. Mon aonu'i) and three mru paid tinea lancing !rom $20 to $50 tod.iv »■>■ nleaded guilty in I part latently .-oliciuna (or immoral purp«\se.> pettarday In thf Bugl.^ Strrr. Malabo 1 t areas and Nee Sjuon 1 .ge

Premier Lee put NZ right about Malaysia, says a visiting M P [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Premier Lee put NZ right about Malaysia, says a visiting M P OINGAPORE, Mon. Singapore's Prime Minister, Mr. Lee Kuan Yew, had "very ably" put Malaysia in her true perspective to New Zealarders during his recent tour, according to Mr. Allan McCready. leador of a visiting sixman New Zealand parliamentary

Constable blamed for death caused by his son [ARTICLE]

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Constable blamed for death caused by his son 4 LOR STAR. Mon. A coroner today blamed Police Constable Ismail bin Ahmad, whose seven year old son Idris fired a shot from his revolver, killing another boy. The Coroner. Syed Hussein Jamalullai. recording a nndIne of "death from gunshot wounds" on

Malay Rest, gives crest to Sarawak Museum [ARTICLE]

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Malay Rest, gives crest to Sarawak Museum KUCHING. Mon.-A spokenman for the Sarawak im xiid hi Kuching that in resnon.se to their recent reoiie.-t. Lt. Col. Mi ktl. commandintr officer of the 6th Bn.. Royal Malay lent, has presented his ental crest to the mupurn through the Federal Secretary. T

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SPOTLIGHT ON INDIA [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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SPOTLIGHT ON INDIA An evening of fashion, music and dancing JJKAITY in all its splendour will come to life when w colourful display of Indian costumes will go on show in Singapore next month. Shimmering costumes in brilliant hues depicting the dress styles of the various Indian provinces and villages

You may like to know [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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You may like to know VIISS Teresa Chong, a teacher at the Good Shepherd Convent. Kuala Lumpur, is the first Asian in Malaysia to receive a London Trinity College Diploma in speech. Two other European women. Mrs. Julie Ong: and Mrs. Valeric Albakri also received the diploma. They werr> among

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Jail for ex-D.O. who cheated the Govt [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Jail for ex-D.O. who cheated the Govt KUALA LUMPUR, Monday. rpHE former Ulu Langat District J- Off icer, Syed Ismail bin Ahmad, was sentenced to six months' jail here today for cheating the Government. Also convicted with him wore Hashim bin Talib. a contractor irom Batu Pahat, and tho district

Cheat is fined $800 [ARTICLE]

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Cheat is fined $800 SINGAPORE. Mon. M 37. w'na |n men provided they pal i urity bond", ay lined sBGOi for cheattnz. t K";tcl ;i!«l .(1 dch

Stricter law for cyclists [ARTICLE]

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Stricter law for cyclists i narrow II pro-

Schoolgirl stabbed by youth, aged 13 [ARTICLE]

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Schoolgirl stabbed by youth, aged 13 IFOH. Mon. A schoolglri. Chan Chooi Man. 17, was stabbed irom behind by a youth yesterday aiternoon while walkiag along Station Road with a girl friend. Miss Chan who sustained a stab wound on the left side 'he abdomen was admitted to the General

U'ren for Tokyo [ARTICLE]

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U'ren for Tokyo KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. Mr Donuld U'ren. the Asian represen- t.itive of the International Trans-.' port. Workers' Federation, left tori y for Tokyo to attend the 1 second maritime conference

$1mil. auction [ARTICLE]

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$1 mil. auction .icaau-iuiM, mon. tigni codown lots near the Jesselton wharf were auctioned for $1,030.UOO today. The highest bid was $5.70 per sq. ft. which Is considered a record so far.

Joget class now for Dept heads [ARTICLE]

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Joget class now for Dept heads pi AM. >l«»n A 1 spc.iiil \tti claw "ill vi :ir t this Batnrdaj lot heads «>f depart«aen( and other ienlor (.ox.inment i> iihi is in Penan*. I in- \N-i-t.mt State incbe Moha Nor bin Aixiiiii.'l; v 1,., ,v oricanising it »aw that a

Kelantan seeks extra $650,854 [ARTICLE]

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Kelantan seeks extra $650,854 KOTA BHARU. Moil. I lie I Kelaiuan SiHte Oovernmtr.t ..s seeking another $650-854 lor public I services this year. A Bill authorising expenditure ot tlm i-uni MM published today. Thr largest .-male item o! r\I penditurc is lor religious instruc-j Mion in primary schools 5642.-I ■870.

N-language class [ARTICLE]

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N-language class RAUB. Mon. Th<* Labour I Office here Is conduc'nv rional lanauaco ci..s.- tor Its non- Malay staff every Friday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Re-elected [ARTICLE]

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Re-elected SEREMBAN, Mon.- Mr. S. V. Veloo was re-elected president of the Jelcbu branch cf the Malaj plan Indian Congress for the third time m succession yesterday at Kuala Klawang.

LUCKY ESCAPE FOR INSURANCE TEC [ARTICLE]

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LUCKY ESCAPE FOR INSURANCE TEC IPOH, Monday. INSURANCE detective, Yap Hock Heng, had a lucky escape one day when a bottle of acid was thrown at him in his car at the junction of Jalan Ali Pitchay and Hugh Low Street here. In tho magistrate's court here today, a contractor,

Broadside at young 'paper bravados' of PMIP [ARTICLE]

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Broadside at young 'paper bravados' of PMIP I^OTA BHARU, Mon.— IV The former Mentri Besar of Trenggar,u, Inche Daud bin Samad. today described PMIP youths as "bravados"' He said the party's youths were only brave In making resolutions, but were not brave enough to implement them. Inche Daud. who is

Eight men held for breaking curfew [ARTICLE]

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Eight men held for breaking curfew KUALA LUMPUR. Mon. Police arrested eight nen for allegedly breaking the ofl-shore curfew along the Selangor coast yesterday and today. Six were arrested '>i Pulau Lumut. otT Tort Swettenham, it 12.45 a.m. They were woodcutters The other two. who are fls.iermen, were found by

Drugs survey team due [ARTICLE]

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Drugs survey team due SINGAPORE. Mon. A fiv*maa Australian chemicals survey mission to South-East Asia will irnve in Singapore on Wednesday Dor a six-day visit. The mission, sponsored by the %uatraUan Government, will study :he market for Austrailan chemisala in this region.

Anti-vice raids [ARTICLE]

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Anti-vice raids SINGAPORE. Mon. A polio* anti-vice bqu;ic! l.i.si niglu raMM flw .suhpect brothels In Branksom* and Wilkinson Roads. One men Wits detained

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Straits Times Crossword ACROSS 5 Like uilclng one over a large 8 Living accommodation. 1 < B > part of the world <4> A liule gamble that is a 6. One let the camper fnd money maicer i f> different place to stay iio 10. Paper full of lie*.' .6.

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EQUITY YIELDS [ARTICLE]

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EQUITY YIELDS THE following list of selected Malayan Industrial yields k* based on last sales to April 17: p) <m pro««ed up dividend of 20 ptr cent •F Price- «D.Y. nividend Yield •K I V-'.rntritu \i»ld: 'TC. Times "n- Definition (rrv.seri) Time* ea»ered Th« number of timcj lnst year's totftl

OPTION PREMIUMS [ARTICLE]

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OPTION PREMIUMS April 19. Three months. INDUSTRIAL]. Ro-istmd IS eta. M. Box IS rta. City Dcv 7 cU. M. Inn. 9 eta. 'VS. Holdings N. Irun eta. :i eta. 0.C.8.C. 14 eta. Dunlop 12 etc. Knninson 10 cts. B. Smcltan 24 eta. Rotbmans 10 eta. Kn.v> 12 rta. San 6

PRODUCE PRICES [ARTICLE]

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PRODUCE PRICES -HINESE productd Eichanxo, Slnga- pore noon prices per picul yasterday: Coconut oil 1 bulk $02 aellers, drum $6.'i M-llers. Copra: Apr./Mny UK/Continent: Unnnotcl. Pepper: Muntok white $150 sellers. Sarawak white $1474 sellers, special Sarawak black $130 sell. rs. garbled Uimpu&g black fllTj(N) sellers, ASTA $160(N) nellers. Sinxapore Coconut

Market holidays [ARTICLE]

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Market holidays Both the Straits Tin Market and the Malayan Rubber Market were closed yesterday on the occasion of Easter Monday. Both re-open this morning. .■Melbourne Stock Exchange will reopen tomorrow.

INDUSTRIALS STEADY ON QUIET STOCK EXCHANGE [ARTICLE]

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INDUSTRIALS STEADY ON QUIET STOCK EXCHANGE From Our Market Corraspondent WHEN trading resumed on the stock exchange yesterday after the Faster weekend conditions were better than might have been expected. While turnover remained on the small side, it was comparatively reasonable when judged in context with other recent trading volumes

STOCK INDICES [ARTICLE]

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STOCK INDICES Hatajraa st«xk indices Apr. i:>. Apr. in. industrials: ;i;.:i itM tkm !ii;..ii MM S ruhhiTs: nn.ln 103.40 Dii. 30, 1»(i3 Kill. IK-o. 19, i'Jlii Hill.

STOCK EXCHANGE OF MALAYSIA [ARTICLE]

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STOCK EXCHANGE OF MALAYSIA BUSINESS in and reported to the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur trading rooms of the Stock Exchanße of Malaysia yesterday, with the numbrr of the shares traded iv brackets: INDUSTRIALS: Cold Store (3,000) 82.01: Ounlopa (6.000) si. 50: Cast Smalt AMI IaVM; Css* $1.52 SL. ....<.. >1

Increase on tin plate tax [ARTICLE]

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Increase on tin plate tax been vi c nuwu-.;-um import (iuties on the product, tin .nisiry ol :xed. The Mini-try it had leaUHed that the Austialu.i Oovernmeul w;ls plaDiiiiiu to hold tnontta mi 1 propoiiii for import unit Increases on tinpiate. It added local manulacturci ertint; that ihe tanir nicreii.-e

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SHIPS IN PORT [ARTICLE]

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SHIPS IN PORT CHIPS lying alonKsid* tht Sinfaptrt Harbtur wharvtt or expcctid today nf V.n Coon s.l»ro«t 40 II Demode N.W. 3. Pn?r>t:oni» 3s SB, Ual Baykov ttUk 111 11, Carronbaak SI 31, Automedoo IT Mad:?on Lloyd 4C, Tiorioape 8/». 7. Tjlm..nuk Ships ti Port Swelttnham: Old Port: nan.i. .N:irM,

OFFICIAL RATES [ARTICLE]

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OFFICIAL RATES V the ollicial .Malaysian Short Term Maae) Market lor the recll ended Saturday (April IT} In r.in-r of call rates was as "Hums: li\\h I I M)S %H per cent .'> per rent. UENEBAL KINDS: 3 per cent i> per cent. MOVEMENT of funds totalled million.

DOLLAR RATE [ARTICLE]

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DOLLAR RATE 'I'lli: present rate of the Malayan 1 dollar against tin- pound ster- SMI lixed on November .'1 last Ml is Belling TT or Ol) CaJ IS 16 d., Buying TT 2s. 4 1 led. mine OD 2s. t 1 Bd. The dollar is at its statutory '■iddlc position

COPRA SALES [ARTICLE]

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COPRA SALES Five thousand tons of copra had ben exported recently to Latin I America from Menado in the Celebes, the official Autara news igency reported on Friday. The agency did not say which ■ountries had taken the copra. A further 2.500 tons would be shipped eon to '.Vest Germany,

EXCHANGE RATES [ARTICLE]

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EXCHANGE RATES Tht Malayan Exchange Banks* Asse- ri.iiion't rate* tv n.crchauts remained uni h:inj:e<l yosterddy. The frt* E»changt market u< Honß M clo-id rwttrday. n »iil I v leopen today

IN MEMORIAM [OBITUARY+ILLUSTRATION]

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IN MEMORIAM In loving inrmory gone but never forgotten by loving wife, children sons-in-law daughters-in-law A grandchildren. Birth: H1993 Death: HAM MX. O. SOt KALI.MiAM

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TIMESPORT 1

Pat's gold-medal power... [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Pat's gold-medal power... S'GOR SWIMMERS SCORE 22 WINS PENANG. Monday. s!ELANGOR swimmers won a total of 22 events in the first Malaysian Junior swimming championships which ended at Tanjong Bungah .yesterday. The Sclangor swimmers also gained 10 second places and _U thirds. Singapore. competing in only a few groups, did

Sangster for fitness test [ARTICLE]

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Sangster for fitness test I ONDON. Mon. Britalns Davis Cup team to meet Israel here from April 28-30 was announced vi m .-relay. It is: Billy Kni?ht (Northamptonshire), Mike Bancst.u "Devon i. Roger Taylor lYork■blri I :md Bobby Wilson iMiddleS; OgBtCT. Britain s No. I teni... tUjrer, baa been out

China, Japan to meet in Swaythling, Corbillon Cup finals [ARTICLE]

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China, Japan to meet in Swaythling, Corbillon Cup finals jubljana. Yugoslavia. 1 Mon. China, the favourites, and Japan will meet n the tinal of the men's Swaythling Cup team event n the World table tennis hampionships here tonight, i Both teams completed heir semi-final group.s last light without losing a

River Seine saves bookies [ARTICLE]

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River Seine saves bookies CYDNEY. Mon. River J Seine, an eight to omchance, won the Sydney Cup by three lengths from Blue Shaun <16 to 1> over two miles, at Randwick today. Bon Fllou .seven to two) wa-, a short head further back third. The favourite. Fair Patton 'five to

Volvo 1st in African Safari [ARTICLE]

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Volvo 1st in African Safari NAIROBI. Mon.— A Swedish Volvo driven by the Sikh brothers, Joginder and Jaswam Sinsh. was first across the finishing line today, winning the 1965 East African Safari, the world's toughest auto rally. More than an hour behind was a Peugeot driven by local rallvists lan

Mulligan takes Catania title [ARTICLE]

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Mulligan takes Catania title ROME. Mon. Martin MulUr.in. of Australia, yesterday won ha nn i .-aiirir- im:il of the Caani.i tenni.s tournament, beating Hnaappe Merlo i Italy 6-2. 6-3. 6-1. Earlier. Merlo had'beaten Edwon Handarino i Brazil i 6-4. 3-6, 7-5. :ni-!in..l m.itrh. Helga Niessen 'Gtrmarri and jiordano Ma.nii (Italy)

Title to Krishnan [ARTICLE]

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Title to Krishnan si. PETERSBURG. Florida. Won— lndia's Raßanath ihnan defeated Mike Belkin of f l da .n ihe final of the p,.--tanburg Maitfn invitational tennia tournament yestei UPI.

MFA MEETING [ARTICLE]

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MFA MEETING MUAR. Mon— The Muar F\x>tball Associ.it ion win hold their Annual meeting here on April 25.

SUMMARY

SOCCER [ARTICLE]

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SOCCER Ne^ri v 1 M t:ri Indians 8 170 RA. Tump.'i 1 Irirndlies: IA 7 Johore Mil.iy.s 2 (S'ban). PWD Invitation 5 Gurkha Engineers 3 iKluaiiKi Sentul Works 5 Harpers 4 fSen'ul XL.i Ipoh l)iv Ramblers A 1 4 i.lju SC 0- Dlv. 3: looh Youngsters 2 Malavsian Rangers 1.

CRICKET [ARTICLE]

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CRICKET Frimdly ilpoh Peralc Malay Selection bt Prralc Poll runs. Malays 107 (A Azi/ IflMUl 48. Poopinder 3-28. CM d»- Cnm 3-27 i Police 103 (Poopinder 39 Kerpal 21. MoVicl Sniefc 4-28 K.imarul Ariffln 4-37 i.

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PANEL OF COACHES TO TRAIN 75 S'PORE JUNIORS [ARTICLE]

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PANEL OF COACHES TO TRAIN 75 S'PORE JUNIORS B> JOE DORAI SINGAPORE. Mon. A panel of ten coaches, recognised by Singapore Amateur F.A., has embarked on a scheme to form live reserve state training squads ti> provide the Singapore team wiih a cot> tinuous supply of foachod young players. The

'A FULLY ASIAN AFFAIR' IS TENGKU'S HOPE [ARTICLE]

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'A FULLY ASIAN AFFAIR' IS TENGKU'S HOPE KUALA LUMPUR, Mon. Malaysia's Prime Minister. Tengku Abdul Rahman, who is president of the Asian Football Confederation, expresses the hope that future Asian Youth football tournaments "will be more completely Asian and riot confined to our part of Asia alone." In a message

Johore set for title [ARTICLE]

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Johore set for title PENANG. Mon Joh have won all the;:- n aasured of the Grouu A i m the first M Youth basketball tournament now aeld here. Peruk. who have lost only one game. :ire the nmnera-up-In Group B. Singapore wi'h from four matches, ure In strong OMteb urUl

Testing start for Youth XI [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Testing start for Youth XI FRANCIS EMMANUEL KUALA LUMPUR, Mon FIRST MATCH IS AGAINST JOINT-HOLDERS BURMA BUT COACH VELAPPAN SAYS: WE ARE HOPEFUL By r pHE Malaysian youth football team, who leave for Tokyo tomorrow to compete in the Asian youth championship which starts on Saturday, .will be severely tested

Malaysia may tour 5 more countries [ARTICLE]

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Malaysia may tour 5 more countries KUALA LUMPUR, Monday. MALAYSIA may send sepak raga teams for exhibition matches in Laos, Burma, Cambodia, South Vietnam and possibly the Philippines before the I i start of the Third SEAP' Games to be held here in December this year. This was disclosed by

Tan leaves [ARTICLE]

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Tan leaves SINGAPORE. Mon MaIHVM.i nationil coach Tan Eng Yoon. who unablp to lPiivr earlier for the first MAAU coaching course at Ku.ila Kubu Bliaru from April IS r.i May 1. lert for the centre by I train last night.

Malaysia meet Japan on May 7 [ARTICLE]

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Malaysia meet Japan on May 7 BADMINTON KUALA I.UMPUR. Mon. Four top Japanese players will play a iiiendly International badminton match again.xt Mal.iy>la at the stadium Ncgura on May 7. The visitors now touring Indonesia, Thailand and Hong K'jng will arrive here on May 6 for a three-day stay. They

Weights for Ipoh amateur meeting [ARTICLE]

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Weights for Ipoh amateur meeting RACING JPOH. Mon 1 Amateur r ,ri ciuo \ll Kliv.ll I .IMi ll> ll|l la-s I p llf: Timber;. ■inU.T. Bo!i Vlveur 13.5. I) 12.13. Kent--12 7. Band- 4 Lad 12.1. Punter Deiiglu 111 11.12. 11.0. \V th\ l o Sultan ol I'eraks (up I.i^n

Perak give Cup team a warm welcome [ARTICLE]

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Perak give Cup team a warm welcome IPOH, Mon. The Perak team, who retained the F.A.M. Cup by beatlns Singapore 3-2 on Saturday In Singapore, returned ho/ne toy train today. Officials of the Perak Football Association led by Itl president. Mr. Teoh Chye Hin. who returned by plane yesterday, gave

ATHLETICS Wok will ask S'pore Govt aid for MAAU meet [ARTICLE]

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ATHLETICS Wok will ask S'pore Govt aid for MAAU meet ERNEST FRIDA B SINGAPORE. Mon. Inche Othman Wok, the Minister for Social Affairs, has promised the Singapore AAA to ask the state Government for financial aid in organising the Malaysian A ACs second annual championship at Farror Park athletic centre

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DIARY mm m^ j BOOCn Scor Div. 1: Umno Vootlla v P( lice LJppot (Princes Kd>. Div. L'niio Youths v Chu; Luk >S'aor padang). Div. 3: Pantai Youngsten v VOCSC 1 ITayl i- Rd-. i'erak Dhr. 2: HtED v NUCW < JAJ grd.). Div. 3: PTCSC v Shaw Bros. 'B

Russians expected whale of a time [ARTICLE+ILLUSTRATION]

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Russians expected whale of a time R. CHANDRAN SINGAPORE. Mon CREWS ALL SET FOR SHOPPING SPREE. .BUT SHORE PASSES ARE SO SCARCE By EVERYTHING about the 21 -ship Russian whaling fleet-now in Singapore for bunkers— is big, including their disappointment. II is Russia's biggest whaling flotilla. And the catch they

'Malam Negara Queen' contest [ARTICLE]

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'Malam Negara Queen' contest SINGAPORI Alexandra will hold ;i .x-i.il dance ii (he Victoria Memorial Hall on under the patronage of Hie Minister for Labour, Mr. Jck Venn Thong. The da nee 1 will lie highlighted ritll "Malani Megtfa Quern"

DEATH [OBITUARY]

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DEATH i.AHRIEL EDMOND OE CRUZ. ny at (ien.r.il Hospital li.l. on i 4 Bs n rim Winiii'. S»ntnl ai B.SO n in. I lor W lOMpb'l rhurrh MBtOl, tfeMM M Chen

Kidnapped men still held by Indons [ARTICLE]

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Kidnapped men still held by Indons Xl < lIINO. Mon Three eniplo>ees of the Medical Department kidnap- j ped by Indonesian ter- j rorists on (Jood Friday arc still held by their 1 captors despite broad- casts by Radio Malaysia (Sarawak) that the men j were hospital asssistants. The three

US envoy's car kicked [ARTICLE]

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US envoy's car kicked WELLINGTON. Mon ANGRY demonstrators carrying "Go home anks" banners kicked the I.S. Ambassador's car and ripped off its American pennant today during the arrival of special Presidential envoy Mr. Henry Cabot Lodge About 100 demonstrators, representing Ncn Zealand students. raBgi— organisations and nuclear disarmament campaigners, were

Music contest under way [ARTICLE]

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Music contest under way SINGAPORE. Mon.— The Bingopore Musical Bociel) annual piano. violin and singing competition, which opened In thi- Cultural Centre at Fort Canning today, will continue until April 30. The adiudicator lor the Imals. which will be held on April 29 and 30. will be the international Chinese

Officials of the Chinese 'V' [ARTICLE]

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Officials of the Chinese 'V' c.uoh Koh Boey hat n ol the Chinese YMC Other slstant treasurer; Mr. K secretary i Chinese i Mr. Tan and l(> board mi tnbers.

Toe H meeting [ARTICLE]

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Toe H meeting SINOAPOR] I'lce II women i a member. Atherton tomorrow. a '.ilk to memlxi> illustrated by

WOMEN'S CONTRIBUTION [ARTICLE]

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WOMEN'S CONTRIBUTION Singapore Mon li-.i BinKuixjit YWCA will hold a forum mi Women's contrlbuttoi j life o! modern oil ies on April 23 ■I IU premises In Raffles Quay at 8 pin. Members of the forum will inI cluc.e ihe Deputy Director of Medical Services i Health i, »r X

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